Amongst the numerous news stories published on MyBroadband each week, there are those that readers find most compelling. This is a roundup of the most popular stories over the last week.
Latest IT salary levels for different fields give guidelines as to what IT professionals earn in the various job sectors.
South Africa is well below world standards, but fares well against African counterparts, this article examines the numbers.
Here’s the low down on how much interconnect rates may be reduced; what the current blended rates are and what is holding these cuts back.
Complaints lodged about unshaped ADSL claims linked to an inferior “backbone”, this article investigates these claims.
Cell C has shot itself in the foot by not agreeing to a proposal giving MTN and Vodacom the moral high ground.
RSAWEB is the latest ISP to cut the price of its ADSL data bundles, MyBroadband takes a look at the recent ADSL price cuts.
Windows 7 is now officially out, but in the next month four top-notch Linux versions will hit final release.
We take a look at some of the high end ADSL services aimed at heavy users.
Media report suggests that Cybersmart dumped SEACOM because of stability problems; the two companies respond.
Competition Commission finds fixed-line operator guilty of abusing its ‘near-monopoly’; multi-billion Rand fine possible.
Google Maps officially launched in South Africa with its own domain and enhanced features.